Little Girls In Church by Kathleen Norris
(Pitt Poetry Series)

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This volume of poetry presents a "spiritual geography". Its places are varied including the grasslands, the small towns of the western Dakotas, the industrial landscape of northern New Jersey and the quiet spaces of a Benedictine monastery.
 

About Kathleen Norris

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Kathleen Norris is the award-winning author of "Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith"; "The Cloister Walk"; & the forthcoming "The Virgin of Bennington". She lives in South Dakota & Hawaii.
 
Published May 25, 1995 by University of Pittsburgh Press. 96 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In a poem dedicated to poet Elizabeth Kray, Norris is at a funeral home, where taped music is played: ``violins sliding through `The Way We Were.'/ `Please turn the music off,' I said, civilly,/ to the undertaker's assistant.'' Civility marks her views here, whether she is imagining ``Young Lover...

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